Unsettled Arsenal star Jose Antonio Reyes has reiterated his desire to return to Spain.
Reyes' future at Arsenal has been the subject of intense speculation for the last month with the player seemingly seeking a move away from England.
Arsenal rejected a bid from Atletico Madrid for Reyes earlier this week, while Real Madrid have expressed an interest in the Spanish international.
Reyes, who has not played for The Gunners this season, is unhappy that Arsenal are refusing to allow him to leave and he is so determined to move back to Spain he insists he would join any interested club.
"What I want is to come to Spain. I won't play again in England," Reyes told Marca.
"I want to return. If it's to play for Atletico I say yes, if it's to play for Real Madrid I say yes, if it's to play for (his former club) Sevilla I say yes."
Reyes admitted the whole situation regarding his future has affected him.
"You can hardly imagine (the situation). I'm a long way off, rumours reach me," added Reyes.
"What I'm sure about is that I want to come back from London."
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is thought to be considering letting Reyes leave so that he can bring in a replacement before the close of the transfer window next Thursday.
Reports emanating from Spain suggest that Atletico are ready to offer Reyes a four-year deal to beat off interest from other clubs.
Atletico have money available to meet Arsenal;s asking price after agreeing to sell Mateja Kezman to Fenerbahce.